This is a baseband receiver, located in a rural area of the German uplands (Sauerland)
with the radio bandwidth of 48 kHz being converted directly by an ADC with 96 kHz sampling rate.
The signals are picked up by a dipole e-field probe (etherprobe) at the height of 8 meters over ground.
The receiver is part of the
PA3FWM WebSDR project and operated by Sabine, DL1DBC.
*** Expect radio interference by a robot lawn mower today between 12:00 UTC and 16:00 UTC
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